One of the elite prospects in Arizona's 2025 Class of incoming freshman prospects is already off to an excellent start in his college recruitment - Millennium High School's 6-foot-5 freshman wing Cameron Holmes. The younger brother of one of Arizona's elite prospects over the last decade, DaRon Holmes (University of Dayton signee), Cameron is quickly making a name for himself and becoming one of the hottest 2025 prospects in America, as he has already received several Division-I offers for himself. Holmes has not even played a true high school varsity basketball game yet, and is already one prospect that has already made a significant impact.
Millennium High School is loaded again with young talent for the future, and Head Coach Ty Amundsen is no stranger to coaching some of Arizona's elite young prospects, as he has developed many over the years. Amundsen has developed such previous top-rated young talents as DaRon Holmes and Justus Jackson at Millennium HS, and also Corey Hawkins (UC-Riverside via Arizona State) at Estrella Foothills HS. While recently losing gifted junior wing Isaac Hymes recently to transfer, he will now focus his attention to Cameron Holmes and numerous other young talented prospects on the team.
Cameron Holmes is a superb talent to focus on, as Division-I programs have already made their commitment to the skilled young wing prospect. Holmes has not played a varsity game of high school basketball in the state, and already has received several Division-I offers from Kansas, Portland State and Utah State - a very impressive list of offers already, and for any class of prospect. This list of college programs will only continue to grow immensely for Holmes over time.
Unlike his older brother DaRon, Cameron is a left-hander and is a true wing prospect. At the same age, DaRon was already a little bigger and gravitated more to the paint, although he was very skilled on the wing also. Cameron is a true wing prospect that likes to create shots off the dribble from the perimeter, and also shoot the basketball from the wing. He has a good perimeter shooting stroke and also is a good ball handler that can create. As he continues to mature physically and get stronger, he will really see his game develop. He is an active rebounder and is a good passer that sees the floor, and enjoys getting the ball to the open teammate. He also runs the floor hard for scoring opportunities, and is a good athlete.
This summer, Holmes played for a very talented Team Harden 15U team, that was comprised of many other elite 2025 prospects, which included 7-foot freshman Maper Maker. If this group can stay together, they will become one of the most sought after groups in the country over the next few years. In the spring, Holmes was also one of the elite standouts at the Big Baller Brand Regional Middle School Camp.
Cameron Holmes is also a fine young man with an excellent smile and personality, and I look forward to watching him develop over time. Another elite budding young prospect in this state that will bring a lot of recruiting attention to Arizona. Keep an eye out for him and his young Millennium group, as they will make a lot of noise this high school season.